Virtual Tours by Students
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So just says I was saying you pretty much run into people, you know, all the time on this campus. I just saw when my friends Kendrick from Camp Kendricks a senior. So can you tell us a little bit about what maze has been like in the business school for four years? Yeah, I just love this place. First of all, that west campus library get a lot about. You just see so many people that, you know, like Rachel just writing. There's just so many opportunities to get involved with stuff that you want todo like down the world. I'm a marketing major, so they have, like, tons of different parties. Do you like professional sales club like stuff like that, Like different sorts of classes. Like I'm taking a social media class like next semester because I like doing stuff like that. Whatever your major is like, there's so many different opportunities to escape alive, plugged in and just learn more about what you're learning about here. I love the classics here, the camaraderie with students. It is very evident that, and I'm doing some right here at Maze. What's what's like a disadvantage? You would say about either being a student at Texas a name or being in a maze. Whoa, Mazes like over here on West campus is like its own. I mean, it's not far from like the rest of campus, but I mean, I write my bike from my house is like three far. That's about the biggest disadvantage also, maybe you know what else? No, I mean, I like it over. Yeah, transportation's the biggest thing that I said earlier may take a while. If you're on foot, it's pretty far from the rest of central campus outside. For me, I rode my bike, so it doesn't really matter. Well, Kendricks got around the class in, like, two minutes, so thank you so much for coming by.